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Recent photos found on this link indicate that the probperty now i8 idustrial use,
After a 1947 fire destroyed the Folly Theater, Warner Bros. built their new Sooner Theater using the old foundation. See photo on below page;
Satellite Twin in Norman, OK, was a sister house to this cinema. Both theatres opened in 1972 and had a seating capacity of about 600. More information and photos can be found on below site,
Roadside Oklahoma snapped pictures of West End Pointe Theatre on a cold, snowy Oklahoma winters day.
Roadside Oklahoma pages have sharp photos of the Woodward Theatre.
Roadside Oklahoma site offers recent photos of the Lakeside 1,2,& 3 Cinemas.
(Looks as if a little upkeep should be ordered!)
Roadside Oklahoma snapped modern photos of the rusting Sunset Theatre.
Roadside Oklahoma provides an antique picture postcard view of the Akdar Theatre, Tulsa.
Roadside Oklahoma gives colorful photographs of the former Loew’s Brook Theatre, Tulsa.
Roadside Oklahoma site provides modern snapshots of the former Dixie Theatre.
Roadside Oklahoma web site has a vintage nightshot of the Gem Theatre, Tulsa.
Roadside Oklahoma site gives a nice vintage view of the old Main Street Cinema, Tulsa.
Roadside Oklahoma site presents recent photos of the Midtown Adult XXX Cinema, Tulsa.
Roadside Oklahoma pages provide vintage detail shots of the Orpheum Theatre, Tulsa.
Roadside Oklahoma shows recent views of the streamline Eagle Theatre.
Roadside Oklahoma has a vintage view of the Alexander Airdrome.
Roadside Oklahoma web features recent photos of the former Thompson Theater.
Roadside Oklahoma site offers recent photos of the former Sequoyah Theater.
Roadside Oklahoma pages have a recent photo of Green County Cinemas.
Roadside Oklahoma presents recent snapshots of the Dream Theare.
Roadside Oklahoma offers modern photos and a complete history of the Centre (nee-Aggie) Twin Cinema, 619 S. Main St, Stillwater, OK
You may want to check out Showest photos available above at the “Related Websites” link. Or just go the below site instead-
Raodside Oklahoma pages offer recent views of the Carmike Cinema 10,
Roadside Oklahoma site post recent photos of the ruined Cyclone Theatre, Snyder, OK
Roadside Oklahoma presents recent photos of the old Franroy Theatre.
Marquee is now gone, but it still looks like a cinema.